I have been involved in the free/open software movement for many
years, long before it was fashionable. I have no strong
philosophical or religious feelings about open software; my view is
purely pragmatic: Since I take from the open source community, I
try to give back to it.
Some of my contributions to the open software world include:
Follow the appropriate links for more information about these
jed, a scriptable, multi-platform text editor.
S-Lang, a programmer's library that includes an array-based scripting
language with a C-like syntax.
slrn, a powerful threaded newsreader for Unix, VMS, OS/2, and
most, a more/less style paging program that supports multiple windows
and scrolls left/right.
You might find the following links to also be of interest:
C Coding Standards: This document contains the C coding standards that I
developed for the TEMPO ground system.
- Technical Memos: Some memos that I have written
that may be of interest.
- Complex Domain Coloring: You don't need to
be a mathematician to see how beautiful complex numbers are.
See for yourself!
- SLxfig: This package may be used to
produce production-quality plots, drawings, posters, etc.
- Antennas: Some antennas that I have designed for the digital
television, MURS (unlicensed), amateur 2-meter (VHF) and 70 cm (UHF)
- thermochron: Here you will find some plots of the
temperatures around my home measured using